Minister’s 2-year-old son, hit by boulder in state park, continues to improve
Christians across the nation continue to pray for Caleb Brown, a 2-year-old struck by a basketball-size falling rock at Fall Creek Falls park in Tennessee.
Caleb’s father, Tim Brown, is a graduate of Lipscomb University and ministers for the Whites Creek, Tenn., Church of Christ.
In the video above, he and his wife, Tiffany, talk about the October camping trip that changed their lives.
Recently, Nashville’s News Channel 5 reported on Michael Tagert, the volunteer Gallatin, Tenn., firefighter who helped Caleb at the state park. The family believes that Tagert saved their son’s life — twice.
Caleb is undergoing therapy at Scottish Rite Children’s Rehabilitation Hospital in Atlanta. The family posts updates on Caleb’s progress at helpcaleb.com.
Here’s a snippet of today’s post from Tim:
… we got a shipment of mail today that blew my mind away! A lady came to the door pulling a red Radio Flyer wagon full of packages. I answered the door with her saying, “I have some mail for you.” I fully expected her to reach down, grab a package and give me one. She said “Here you go…” and proceeded to give me the whole cart! Every single package, letter, and postcard was for Caleb. We were beyond ourselves. We will never be able to administer proper etiquette and send out thank you notes to all the people who have literally showered us with their love. So for all who have sent toys, books, financial donations, and more…please accept our deepest heartfelt gratitude. We truly do thank you from the bottom on our heart.
To help the family with medical expenses, click here.
There also is a Facebook page dedicated to Caleb.